Politics

Kayleigh McEnany has been spreading misinformation about COVID-19 for months. Her history of birtherism and other lies have also come under scrutiny.
The senator had a series of poor showings in Democratic primaries around the country, ending hopes for a progressive challenger to President Donald Trump.
"If Stephanie Grisham leaves her job and no one is around to hear her, does she even make a sound?" one person posted on Twitter.
The CNN host slams Trump's latest claims about the novel coronavirus.
A conservative group and a nonpartisan organization joined forces to school Trump on what oversight means.
The national security adviser in the Obama White House warned "many thousands more Americans will die unnecessarily" because of Trump's incompetence.
The new policy is aimed in particular at workers in critical jobs.
"I think among the fakest things right now are the president’s attack on fake news," said the White House correspondent.
“I don’t want to create havoc and shock and everything else," the president said. "I obviously was concerned about it.”
“He’s continuing to lie," the CNN host reminded viewers.
In an unhinged briefing, the president insisted that mail-in voting is corrupt and that Democrats wanted to move the election to hurt the GOP.
Brian Kilmeade saluted Wisconsin for forcing thousands of people out to vote during the coronavirus pandemic.
The conservative radio host spewed a conspiracy theory about coronavirus experts being more concerned with damaging the president than aiding public health.
The Wisconsin GOP seemed to have decided that any deaths from this "ridiculous enterprise" would be worth it, said the MSNBC host.
"You can’t take that kind of risk with the leaders of the country," the White House coronavirus task force's response coordinator said.
As data begins to reveal the higher COVID-19 infection and death rates among Blacks, experts highlight the racist systems that led us here.
The president is likely to take credit for every person who recovers after taking hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin, whether the drugs actually helped or not.
As the state announced 15 new coronavirus deaths, Republicans insisted on in-person voting in the hopes lower turnout would help them hold on to a critical court seat.
Clearview AI, which has alarmed privacy experts, hired several far-right employees, a HuffPost investigation found.